Gull delivers new loos with views

Gull New Zealand – an independent, family owned oil company with a 60 retail outlets including Night ‘n Day Foodstores – is raising the bar for service station toilets. Gull has refurbished 14 of its service station customer rest rooms, with unique designs inspired by the community, environment or location surrounding each site.

The renovations began in October 2013 and will be completed by early 2015 with another eight sites in line for renovation and further sites yet to be confirmed.

“We wanted to delight our customers when they walked into our restrooms, and challenge Kiwis’ perceptions of service station bathrooms. A regular pit stop on every journey, the locally inspired designs are a great way to give travellers an insight into the local community,” says Ulrik Olsen, Commercial Manager, Gull New Zealand.

The African Safari themed bathroom at Gull’s The Greville Road, Pinehill site (East Coast Bays area, Auckland, New Zealand)
gull scuba theme
A Scuba diving trip is the theme at the Gull’s Albany (north Auckland) site

Expect the unexpected when you walk in to these bathrooms, completed sites include:

• Kingsland (Central Auckland): Eden Park Rugby Locker Room
• Albany (North Shore): Scuba Diving Trip
• Greville Road (North Shore): African Safari
• Swanson (West Auckland): Outrageous Fortune
• Mt Maunganui: Young beach/surfing environment
• Henderson Valley: A trip to Piha
• Portage Road (Titirangi): Bohemian
• Landings (Whakatane): Fresh Water Fishing
• Te Ngae (Rotorua): Lake House
• Lake Road (Rotorua): Historical
• Rosscommon (South Auckland): Samoa
• Sel Peacock (West Auckland): Police Office/Cells
• Whangarei: Wharf / Yacht / Port Knights
• Thames: Kiwi Batch Theme

Thanks to FMCG BUSINESS Dec/Jan 14 page 4


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